NORWAY — Norway Savings Bank has announced it will renew a three-year agreement to provide free financial literacy education to students in 10 middle and high schools in Maine and New Hampshire, including five in Paris, Naples, Bethel and Lewiston.

“We are pleased to renew our agreement with our financial literacy partner, Banzai,” Dan Walsh, president and chief executive officer of Norway Savings Bank, said. “Financial education provides foundational knowledge that helps kids to be more successful adults. With fun, interactive and age-appropriate online tools and workbooks, Banzai makes learning very enjoyable.”

The following schools in Maine will have free access to Banzai’s tools for the next three years: Brunswick Junior High School, Gorham Middle School, Kennebunk High School, Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School, Lewiston High School, Lake Region High School, Lake Region Middle School, Telstar Middle School and Loranger (Old Orchard Beach) Middle School. Crosby Kennett Middle School in Conway, New Hampshire, will also have free access to Banzai.

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